Quantitative Large-Area Agglutination Assay Sensing of Protein Molecules in Solution
AffiliationWyant College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona
College of Medicine - Tucson, University of Arizona
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CitationPotter, C. J., Xiong, Z., & McLeod, E. (2021, April). Quantitative Large-Area Agglutination Assay Sensing of Protein Molecules in Solution. In Bio-Optics: Design and Application (pp. DM1A-7). Optical Society of America.
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AbstractA portable quantitative large-area binding sensor based on lensfree holographic microscopy, microfluidics, a custom LED array, and computational image processing and feature quantification algorithm has been implemented to sense proteins in solution through microbead agglutination. © 2021 The Author (s).
Note12 month embargo; published 16 April 2021
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